Brain-boosting and smart pills

%tagsBro, do you even lift…books? Reading is the most profitable (in a personal way of speaking) habit that a human can develop, but we all struggle at some point. We’re no Einstein, far from being a Hawking but, what if, you could improve your smartness and become a genius by default?

Sorry, but I don’t think you’re going to be the new Nikola Tesla of our generation. However, “smart” drugs and nootropics are productivity enhancers, helping you maintain your focus, boost your performance, improve your memory and reduce your anxiety. Sounds awesome, right? Well, yes and no.

Even with the great outcomes of taking smart pills, some side effects are noticeable (and dangerous). Tolerance development is a major issue, along with increasing the chances of adverse responses to appetite, stress-levels, mood swings and sleeping problems. How do you avoid all those intricate obstacles?

First informative: smart drugs are NOT the same as Nootropics. Smart drugs are commonly synthetic, such as Adderall and Ritalin. Their condensed compounds may enable and trigger some areas of your brain poorly used before. This chemical-based goodies are frequently prescribed by doctors to attention deficit patients and other related disorders. Nootropics are herb-based compounds, full of vitamins and  other natural supplements.

This pills may improve your performance, but never forget: your liver loves you. Auto-medicating is very bad and can cause irreversible damages to your health. Make sure to check with a doctor about the substances you’re about to swallow.

Rick Rosner is an american television writer, former stripper, waiter, bouncer and nude model. Not only he accomplished so many things in many fields of “knowledge”, he also has the second highest IQ in the world (192). He’s know to be an endorser of smart drugs, popping around 50 pills a day. We made a short list with some common substances and vitamins he uses on a daily basis –

  • Omega 3 fish oil capsules
  • Half-aspirin
  • Fiber Gummies
  • Fat Blockers
  • Vitamin D3
  • Vitamin C
  • Calcium
  • Quercetine
  • Coffee
  • Piracetam

If you want to check his full list, go to Business Insider and check it out.

Despite being a very debatable subject, smart drugs are gaining more and more popularity over the years. Already a user? Tell us what you think. Thinking of becoming a user? Check a physician first and go for it. Also, if you want to keep track of your productivity, independently if taking smart pills or not, check our productivity widgets on Hero Panel.


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